PSABM5UH - Practice---Acc7.5 Lesson 2 Representing Proportional Relationships (7.RP.A.2, 8.EE.B, 8.EE.B.5)
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The tortoise and the hare are having a race. After the hare runs 16 miles the tortoise has only run 4 miles. The relationship between the distance x tortoise “runs” in miles for every y miles the hare runs is y = 4x. Graph this relationship.

 

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Part A)

The table shows a proportional relationship between the weight on a spring scale and the distance the spring has stretched.

 

Complete the table.

 

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a = ________

 

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Part B)

The table shows a proportional relationship between the weight on a spring scale and the distance the spring has stretched.

 

Complete the table.

 

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b = ________

 

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Part C)

The table shows a proportional relationship between the weight on a spring scale and the distance the spring has stretched.

 

Complete the table.

 

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c = ________

 

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Part A)

Students are selling raffle tickets for a school fundraiser. They collect $24 for every 10 raffle tickets they sell.

Suppose M is the amount of money the students collect for selling raffle tickets. Write an equation that reflects the relationship between M and R.

Complete the equation below

M = _______________
Use R as your variable.

 

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Part B)

Label and scale the axes and graph this situation with M on the vertical axis and R on the horizontal axis. Make sure the scale is large enough to see how much they would raise if they sell 1000 tickets.

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Describe how you can tell whether a line’s slope is greater than 1, equal to 1, or less than 1.

 

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